The Saffran oil and the turmeric oil are both traditionally used in the spice industry.
According to Wikipedia, both are oils rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
However, there is a difference between the two oils: The Safran oil is typically made with turmeric and contains less of the essential oil.
The turmeric oils used in spice making can be quite different.
For example, the brand I buy at my local pharmacy has more turmeric than the other brand.
While the brand is a good source of turmeric for a few of my patients, the turkish turmeric powder does not contain enough of the turpeye oil.
Turmeric oil, in my opinion, is more nutritious.
It is higher in omega 3 fatty acids and is rich in vitamin C. Turkeys turmeric powders, however, are a bit less nutritious than the Saffra oil.
Saffrans turmeric is not as expensive as the turmer, but you do need to buy a few grams for each tablespoon.
In comparison, turmeric has the added benefit of making it a great alternative to the Sado-maso in South East Asian cuisine.
Safrans oil is not expensive, but it is expensive compared to the turmec oil.
It costs around $1.40 a gram, or $1,150 per year.
You can find a list of all the brands of Saffras oil at your local grocery store.